Linear vs non-linear integration in CA1 oblique dendrites (Gómez González et al. 2011)

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The hippocampus in well known for its role in learning and memory processes. The CA1 region is the output of the hippocampal formation and pyramidal neurons in this region are the elementary units responsible for the processing and transfer of information to the cortex. Using this detailed single neuron model, it is investigated the conditions under which individual CA1 pyramidal neurons process incoming information in a complex (non-linear) as opposed to a passive (linear) manner. This detailed compartmental model of a CA1 pyramidal neuron is based on one described previously (Poirazi, 2003). The model was adapted to five different reconstructed morphologies for this study, and slightly modified to fit the experimental data of (Losonczy, 2006), and to incorporate evidence in pyramidal neurons for the non-saturation of NMDA receptor-mediated conductances by single glutamate pulses. We first replicate the main findings of (Losonczy, 2006), including the very brief window for nonlinear integration using single-pulse stimuli. We then show that double-pulse stimuli increase a CA1 pyramidal neuron’s tolerance for input asynchrony by at last an order of magnitude. Therefore, it is shown using this model, that the time window for nonlinear integration is extended by more than an order of magnitude when inputs are short bursts as opposed to single spikes.
Reference:
1 . Gómez González JF, Mel BW, Poirazi P (2011) Distinguishing Linear vs. Non-Linear Integration in CA1 Radial Oblique Dendrites: It's about Time. Front Comput Neurosci 5:44 [PubMed]
Model Information (Click on a link to find other models with that property)
Model Type: Neuron or other electrically excitable cell;
Brain Region(s)/Organism:
Cell Type(s): Hippocampus CA1 pyramidal GLU cell;
Channel(s): I Na,p; I CAN; I Sodium; I Calcium; I Potassium; I_AHP;
Gap Junctions:
Receptor(s): NMDA;
Gene(s):
Transmitter(s):
Simulation Environment: NEURON;
Model Concept(s): Active Dendrites; Detailed Neuronal Models; Synaptic Integration;
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CA1_Gomez_2011
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TITLE  H-current that uses Na ions
: Updated to use Cvode by Yiota Poirazi 12/1/2005

NEURON {
	SUFFIX h
        RANGE  gbar,vhalf, K, taun, ninf, g, ihi
:	USEION na READ ena WRITE ina      
	USEION hi READ ehi WRITE ihi VALENCE 1      
:	NONSPECIFIC_CURRENT i
}

UNITS {
	(um) = (micrometer)
	(mA) = (milliamp)
	(uA) = (microamp)
	(mV) = (millivolt)
	(pmho) = (picomho)
	(mmho) = (millimho)
}

:INDEPENDENT {t FROM 0 TO 1 WITH 100 (ms)}

PARAMETER {              : parameters that can be entered when function is called in cell-setup
:        dt             (ms)
:	v              (mV)
        ena    = 50    (mV)
:        eh     = -10   (mV)
:        ehi     = -30   (mV)
        ehi     = -10   (mV)
	K      = 8.5   (mV)
	gbar   = 0     (mho/cm2)  : initialize conductance to zero
	vhalf  = -90   (mV)       : half potential
}	


STATE {                : the unknown parameters to be solved in the DEs
	n
}

ASSIGNED {             : parameters needed to solve DE
        v 
:	ina (mA/cm2)
	ihi (mA/cm2)
	ninf
	taun (ms)
	g
}

        


INITIAL {               : initialize the following parameter using states()
	rates()	
	n = ninf
	g = gbar*n
:	ina = g*(v-eh)
	ihi = g*(v-ehi)
}


BREAKPOINT {
	SOLVE states METHOD cnexp
	g = gbar*n
:	ina = g*(v-eh)  
	ihi = g*(v-ehi)  
}

DERIVATIVE states {
	rates()
        n' = (ninf - n)/taun
}

PROCEDURE rates() {  
 
 	if (v > -30) {
	   taun = 1
	} else {
           taun = 2*(1/(exp((v+145)/-17.5)+exp((v+16.8)/16.5)) + 5) :h activation tau

	}  
         ninf = 1 - (1 / (1 + exp((vhalf - v)/K)))                  :steady state value
}




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